A Parade of Guys in Suits…..

It seems like in the past few years the overwhelming majority if the people who have stood before my camera have been businessmen….so much so that I’m beginning to have dreams of long lines of guys in suits! I have a bit of a backlog of recent shoots that I haven’t dropped on the blog, so before the holidays take over I figured I had better clean out the closet and put few of them up…

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Henri de Castries for Barron’s

This weeks cover story on AXA Group CEO, Henri de Castries

AOL Executives for BusinessWeek

With the spinning off of AOL from Time Warner, I was sent to shoot CEO Tim Armstrong and his inner circle at the New AOL for a feature story in the first issue of the new Bloomberg BusinessWeek

AOL CEO Tim Armstrong

Jon Brod – Vice President of AOL Ventures

Jeff Levick – President, Global Advertising and Strategy

Bill Wilson – President, AOL Media

Brad Garlinghouse – President, Internet and Mobile Communications

IndexIQ for BusinessWeek

And finally, one more BusinessWeek story. For this one one, we went down to NYU and shot the principals of IndexIQ, a Westchester-based hedge fund with a former Time Inc publisher at the helm and an NYU finance professor at it’s chief investment strategist.

Seated: Professor Robert Whitelaw. Standing (L-R): Adam Patti, Anthony Davidow, Sal Bruno

CEO Adam Patti

Song of the Day

Last One To Die

DOWNLOAD: Last One To Die

In our continuing efforts to ROCK the joint up, we here at the Song of the Day List got all goosebumpy today when we heard that Rancid has a new album…their first new full length since 2003’s ‘Indestructible’…ready to drop this June and that the first leak, ‘Last One to Die’, is hitting the blogosphere. Often compared to The Clash, a fact they don’t seem to mind (check out their cover of The Clash’s ‘Cheat’ on YouTube), this song is actually the most accessible Rancid song I think I’ve ever heard…the snarly vocals from Tim Armstrong, the shout-it-out anthem-like chorus, the crashing guitars and thumping basslines, the streetpunk attitude…..if the rest of ‘Let the Dominoes Fall’ comes close to this song, I think Rancid just might win over some new fans! Check ’em out at MySpace